- Turkish election victory for Erdogan leaves nation divided -
The president's supporters celebrate long into the night after he secures five more years in power.
- Met Police to stop attending mental health calls -
The UK's largest police force will introduce the move from September to free up officer resources.
- Ukraine war: Zelenksy praises air force after Russia's largest drone attack yet -
The Ukrainian president thanks his air force, after most of the Russian drones were shot down.
- Leicester exit the Premier League after nine years -
Leicester's nine-year stay in the Premier League ends as they are relegated on the final day of the season despite beating West Ham.
- Tourist boat sinks on Lake Maggiore, with two dead and two missing - reports -
Italy's fire service says 19 people are rescued as a search continues for those reported missing.
- Phillip Schofield affair: This Morning to air as normal -
ITV says the flagship show will continue "as normal" on Monday and there are "no plans" to axe it.
- Food price cap will not make a difference - retailers -
The government wants to encourage supermarkets to impose voluntary price caps on some food products.
- Decorative urn taken from Dame Vivienne Westwood's Derbyshire grave -
The iconic fashion designer died in December 2022 and is buried in her birthplace of Tintwistle.
- Mars bar plastic wrapper swapped for paper -
Mars trials environmentally friendly paper wrappers for some of its chocolate bars.
- US debt ceiling deal ready for Congress vote, Joe Biden says -
President Joe Biden said he had not made too many concessions to Republicans as part of the agreement.
- Necrotising fasciitis: Mum's warning after she nearly dies from disease -
A mother is warning others to look out for symptoms of necrotising fasciitis after she nearly died.
- Girl, five, dies in house fire -
Police and fire service investigate cause of blaze following death of "beautiful" five-year-old.
- Two men die after being pulled from sea in Devon -
Rescue teams found the men, both in their 20s, in the water on Saturday morning.
- The Papers: Price cap backlash and ITV 'toxic culture' claims -
Monday's papers lead with reaction to plans for a food price cap, and the Phillip Schofield controversy.
- Why famous faces are popping up mega-sized on UK streets -
The UK's heroes are no longer being honoured in marble on a plinth but with a spray can on a brick wall.
- IVF patients need more mental health support, charity says -
Infertility can devastate people's mental health, relationships, finances and career, a charity says.
- Sudan Darfur crisis: 'Everything civilians can use has been burned or destroyed' -
Large-scale destruction caused by Arab militias in western Sudan is now visible from space.
- Who is Linda Yaccarino, Twitter's 'superwoman'? -
Can new chief executive Linda Yaccarino fix Twitter?
- Phillip Schofield: What next for Holly Willoughby, ITV and This Morning? -
Phillip Schofield left his role on the daytime show after admitting an affair with a colleague.
- Premier League: The season which had a bit of everything - including 39 managers -
BBC Sport looks back at a strange Premier League season which had a bit of everything.
- South Africa period poverty: 'I don't want anyone else to use rags for sanitary pads' -
South African Tamara Magwashu grew up unable to afford pads or tampons - now she is changing that for others.
- Xbox v PlayStation: The battle for control -
A brief history of the warring console makers' attempts to become the games industry's big boss.
- Kenilworth Road: The throwback Luton Town stadium hosting the Premier League -
One of England's most famous grounds is set for a major upgrade now Luton Town are promoted.
- Katty Kay: A growing case of transatlantic heartburn -
European leaders are getting nervous about the US election and shifts in foreign policy.
- Portugal housing crisis: 'I'll have to move back in with mum' -
Anger is rising in the Portuguese capital Lisbon, where affordable homes are rarer and rarer.
- Knebworth House: The stately home bringing Hollywood to Hertfordshire -
Monarchs, super heroes, and iconic puppets are just some of the characters to have walked its halls.
- Ukraine war: Russian Ambassador Andrei Kelin issues warning of escalation in Ukraine -
Andrei Kelin tells Laura Kuenssberg Russia has "enormous resources" but UK and US weapons are to blame.
- Finley Boden: The parents who 'deceived everyone' to kill their son -
Stephen Boden and Shannon Marsden lied to professionals, before murdering 10-month-old Finley.
- Turkish president sings to supporters from top of bus -
The Turkish president burst into song as he claimed victory in his country's election.
- Why Everest base camp won't be moving anytime soon -
Nepal will not shift base camp due to climate change, after opposition from Sherpas and mountaineers.
- Kitten stuck in rain pipe for three days found alive -
Rescuers in Beirut used small cameras to identify the location of the feline, before pulling it to safety.
- Luton carnival: Thousands line streets to 'showcase' culture -
About 500 people dress up and take part in the colourful parade through the town centre.
- Extinction Rebellion protest in Netherlands ends with 1,500 arrested -
Officers used water cannon to try to disperse the crowds at the Extinction Rebellion protest
- Luton Town waking up to Premier League and 'pinching' themselves -
Former Hatters chairman Nick Owen says he is "pinching" himself after what the club's experienced.
- ITV News journalist Emily Morgan dies, aged 45 -
The health and science editor is remembered as a "true trailblazer" and "devoted mother and wife".
- Everton escape relegation: 'Reboot needed or it will be temporary reprieve' -
Everton need a serious reboot and fresh ideas in their hierarchy otherwise this latest relegation escape will merely be a temporary reprieve, writes Phil McNulty.
- MOTD analysis: Final-day heroics - how Everton escaped Premier League relegation -
Match of the Day analyses Everton's escape from relegation by looking back over their past final-day thrillers in the Premier League.
- French Open 2023: Cameron Norrie, Jack Draper, Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic in action on day two -
Cameron Norrie and Jack Draper aim to maintain British interest on day two at the French Open as they begin their campaigns at Roland Garros.
- 'Most expensive squad to be relegated' - what went wrong for Leicester? -
Leicester City have been relegated from the Premier League. Here BBC Sport assesses the key failings that led to the club's demise.
- RideLondon Classique: Charlotte Kool wins with Lizzie Deignan third -
Charlotte Kool wins the final stage of the RideLondon Classique to seal her overall victory as Great Britain's Lizzie Deignan finishes third.
- Dundee United relegated: Where it went wrong for Tannadice club -
Managers lacking inspiration? Recruitment mistakes? Malign dressing room influences? Dundee United's relegation is a toxic mix off all three - and more.
- When will we start seeing energy bill deals again? -
With bills set to drop from July, fixed deals could be due to make a comeback, say experts.
- Mortgage deals: Five new products aiming to beat interest rates rise -
As interest rates rise, some lenders are offering no-deposit mortgages and removing the "stress test".
- Mortgage calculator: how much will my mortgage go up? -
Use our calculator to find out how much mortgage payments could go up for your household.
- Energy price cap: What is it and will bills continue to go down? -
The cap which sets typical household energy bills is expected to drop sharply from July.
- Energy bills: What can I do if I can't afford to pay? -
If you're struggling to afford your gas and electricity bills, what options are available?
- Tips on how to save energy at home and help the planet -
What can homeowners do to reduce their energy consumption?
- Cost of living: How can I save money on my food shop? -
The cost-of-living crisis continues to bite. Here are some things that can reduce the impact.
- Food prices: How the humble shopping list is saving us money -
Soaring food prices mean some families are missing meals and desperate for deals, but preparation can help.
- UK inflation rate calculator: How much are prices rising for you? -
Use our calculator to find out how much the cost of living is going up in your household.
- Why food bills aren't shrinking - five things to know -
Prices in the shops remain much higher than a year ago, despite falls in energy and food costs.
- Cost-of-living payments: Who is getting them and when? -
Low-income households, pensioners and some disabled people will get extra help with energy bills.
- Debt: What do I do if I can't afford to pay? -
What help and options are available to people struggling with debt repayments?
- Why inflation is falling but prices are still rising -
We report this percentage every month but here are three things you may not know.
- What is the UK inflation rate and why is the cost of living rising? -
The rate at which prices are rising remains high, driven by soaring food prices.
- Five ways to save money on your packed lunch -
As the cost of food continues to rise, we hear some top tips on making savings at lunchtime.